WATCH: Ciro De Siena gets behind wheel of Mclaren 570S Spider

Cars.co.za motoring journalist Ciro De Siena got to take a spin in McLaren new 570S Spider over the weekend.

McLaren stage the launch of its latest creation all the way in Barcelona, Spain.

WATCH: McLaren 570S Spider FIRST DRIVE

De Siena explains that the car is made for speed and is extra unique because it is made out of carbon-fibre.

It's a very quick car and goes 0 to 100 in about 3 seconds... It will go all the way up 325km/h.

Ciro De Siena, Motor Journalist at Cars.co.za

It's a properly fast car and is very difficult to describe.

Ciro De Siena, Motor Journalist at Cars.co.za

It's made out of carbon-fibre, which is an extremely expensive process, It makes the car very rigid, very light and gives it a different feeling.

Ciro De Siena, Motor Journalist at Cars.co.za

I was very lucky to drive it and it is an experience I won't forget.

Ciro De Siena, Motor Journalist at Cars.co.za

De Siena also discussed the news that the UK plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel-powered cars from 2040.

Take a listen to him talk about motoring development and answer questions from callers:


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